who need mental health services and don't receive them, there's a grave, grave cost that we as a society take. i actually have a lot of confidence in our country at the end of the day. and i think, i think given this tremendous tragedy, i'm optimistic. i can't guarantee but i'm optimistic that we can get our country to a much, much better place. and our chdren, and our hildn, our families, our communities deserve no less. >> put yourself in the issues of school superintendent, school principal, school administrators around the country trying to figure out what to do, how to speak to this. what to do, how to speak. >> i think you have to do a number of things. first of all you have to have honest conversations with our children. and if they're scared, if they're afraid, finding lots of different vehicles, avenues for them to address that fear whether it's talking about it, or whether it's writing about it, or whether it's drawing about it, i think the worst thing you can do is sort of sweep this underhe g. our children are smart. they watch tv. they reed the newspapers.